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    • Greensboro sit-ins were just the beginning

    • 1985-02-10
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • UNC-Charlotte history professor David R. Goldfield argues in his guest column for the Greensboro News & Record that the sit-in movement, which originated in Greensboro and spread to many other cities throughout the South, led to the destruction of...
    • [Infirmary (Second)]

    • 1935
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Photograph of the south side of the Infirmary in the 1930s. The roof of the Students Building is visible above the trees on the right, and the roof of the Dining Hall is visible on the left.
    • The Quaker, 1972

    • 1972
    • The Quaker (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • The 1972 Guilford College yearbook, The Quaker, reflects continued integration of the school's sports teams, clubs, and community. Visible is the growth of student organization, Brothers and Sisters in Blackness (BASIB), continued integration of...
    • [Justice Drug trucks]

    • 1958-12-10
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • Justice Drug Company trucks outside a building. Employees visible.
    • [WBIG at Central Carolina Convalescent Hospital]

    • 1948-01-30
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • January 30, 1948. WBIG at the Central Carolina Convalescent Hospital, or Polio Hospital, in the Overseas Replacement Depot building, recreation center/gym on Gatewood Avenue. Men and women standing at microphone in front of WBIG/CBS banner. Beds...
    • [Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital nurse station]

    • 1959-01-21
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • January 21, 1959. Wednesday. 2 P.M. Greensboro, NC. The nurse's station at Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital. The telephone is the most visible high-tech device.
    • [Polio hospital trustees]

    • 1949-12-15
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • December 15, 1949. 12:30 p.m. Photo of the hospital trustees, according to the assignment card. C.M. Vanstory, who had recently served as mayor, is in the center of the back row, and part of the "Central Carolina Convalesent Hospital" sign is...
    • [National Theater on Elm Street]

    • 1943-1944
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • A view of a crowded Elm Street in downtown Greensboro with the United Cigar Store and the National Theater visible on the left hand side of the road.
    • [Large Group of Performers on Stage]

    • 1935
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • A mixed group of men and women stand on stage with WBIG microphones visible hanging from the ceiling.
    • [Work Room]

    • 1941
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • Some sort of work room at Woman's College. Desks, typewriters and papers are visible in the room.
    • [Two horses]

    • 1890-1910
    • Photo Collection -- Bernard M. Cone Photograph Albums
    • A man, barely visible, holds the reigns of two large horses.
    • [White Oak mill]

    • 1890-1910
    • Photo Collection -- Bernard M. Cone Photograph Albums
    • A photograph of the White Oak mill, two smokestacks and three water towers are visible.
    • [Davie Street]

    • 1930
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • A view of the 200-300 block on South Davie Street in downtown Greensboro with King Cotton Hotel and Odell Hardware visible on the right.
    • [USO Club]

    • 1943
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • USO Club interior with desks, chairs, and a USO flag visible in the room.
    • [Imperial Theatre]

    • 1935
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • The facade of the Carolina Theatre with other businesses to the sides visible.
    • View of Jefferson Square

    • 1980-04-10
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • Looking north on Elm Street in Greensboro. Jefferson and Wachovia buidlings are visible as in part of the Center Theatre marquee.
    • Looking south on Elm Street

    • 1979
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • Looking south on Elm Street in downtown Greensboro. Jefferson and Wachovia buidlings are visible.
    • Norma and Sylvia May by the Greensboro YWCA.

    • 1946
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • Sisters Norma and Sylvia May pose in front of the Greensboro YMCA on North Davie Street. The Greensboro History Museum (former First Presbyterian Church) is visible to the left.


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